Made from unpasteurized goat's milk
Region: Neal’s Yard Creamery, near Dorstone, Herefordshire
Type: soft, artisan
Flavour: lemony, milky, savory
Aroma: lactic, milky
Producers: Neal's Yard Dairy
Ragstone is an English unpasteurized goat's milk cheese made by Charlie Westhead and Haydn Roberts at Neal Yard's Creamery. It is named after Ragstone ridge, where Neal's Yard Creamery was based in Kent. It comes in a log shape, reminiscent of well known French cheese Sainte Maure. The texture is light and creamy with creamy-white mould rind and savoury, lactic and lemony flavours.